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Essays on evolution 1889-1907 [microform]

Published 1908
Topics Evolution

Introduction: Mutation, Mendelism, and natural selection.--A naturalist's contribution to the discussion upon the age of the earth. (Liverpool, 1896)--"What is a species?" (London, 1904)--Theories of evolution. (Boston, 1894)--Theories of heredity. (Oxford, 1889)--The bearing of the study of insects upon the question 'Are acquired characters hereditary?' (London, 1905)--A remarkable anticipation of modern views on evolution. (1897)--Thomas Henry Huxley and the theory of natural selection. (Birmingham, 1905)--Natural selection the cause of mimetic resemblance and common warning colours. (London, 1898)--Mimicry and natural selection. (Berlin, 1901)--The place of mimicry in a scheme of defensive coloration. (Leeds, 1890)--Appendix: A classification and index of the examples of mimicry quoted in the text.--Analytical index



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Publisher Oxford, Clarendon press
Pages 277
Language English
Call number 1253564
Digitizing sponsor Columbia University Libraries
Book contributor Columbia University Libraries
Collection ColumbiaUniversityLibraries; microfilm; americana; additional_collections
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